--- Comment #4 from metatron <> ---
(In reply to comment #3)
> Working with plain openssl does the trick, as suggested here and earlier in
> IRC. I just mentioned it because there was no clear hint in the submission
> form
> what was wrong with my SSL v2 key and we've experienced multiple
> incompatibilities with rsa keys before
> Just to mention:
> - Many windows users use PuTTYGen rsa keys, but they are not compatible with
> some applications like MySQL Workbench
> - recommended way to create new keys for tool labs is OpenSSL ssh-keygen
> - now we have OAuth with OpenSSH
> It would just be more convenient (at least for me) if there would be less
> keys
> to manage ;)
> Thx for the suggestions. I will try the -m pkcs8, too.
> Hedonil

typo OpenSSH <-> OpenSSL ; but you know what is meant.

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